FALVO: Increasing provincial sales tax – including on children’s clothes – will hurt lower-income households more than higher-income ones
NIEMAN: A wealthy person can now boast at cocktail parties about getting that knee replacement fast, thanks to having quick access to an MRI
SMITH, MEILI: Saskatchewan poster boy for lax standards: no restrictions on donation totals and out-of-province corporate donations welcome
VAN PELT, CLEMENS: Archaic regulations, union monopoly, lack of responsiveness to parents holding back the Saskatchewan public school system
MACKINNON: The province succeeded in alleviating the suffering of patients who were waiting far too long for surgery
NEIMAN: Saskatchewan “refugees” and First Nation members Charles Neil-Curly and Jeremy Roy were given one-way bus tickets to Vancouver and told to get out of town
BARUA: Private scans are now also available to others beside professional athletes, politicians and those who can afford to leave the country
Premier Brad Wall’s 2012 year-end CBC interview suggests the government may be receptive to the idea.